The truth is a person and His name is Jesus (John 14:6); the lie is also a person and his name is Satan, the liar and the father of lies (John 8:44). Wherever truth is, the lie is also; just as there is a true light (John 1:9) there is also a false light, which Jesus described as darkness (Matthew 6:23); in the same way Jesus described Himself as the “true vine” (John 15:1) there is also a false vine; and just as there is true faith there is also false faith.
True faith is trusting in God; the Greek word translated as “faith” is pistis and means variously “faith”, “trust”, “belief”, “faithfulness” and “fidelity”; but in fact true Biblical faith must include all of those qualities. You can’t have faith if you don’t trust God; whatever you trust is what you have faith in and, typically for most Christians, that is self. This, of course, is a gross deception by “the father of lies”.
“Seek first the kingdom”, Jesus said (Matthew 6:33) and everything will be added to you. The modern heresy is that you can have everything that God promises as of Christian entitlement and right without the often painful difficulty of seeking the kingdom first. This contradicts the Word of God and is a lie. You can have all of those things Jesus mentioned, such as food, drink and clothing, which are all worldly and material things but you don’t necessarily receive them because of your faith in Christ; after all, even the godless unbelievers have those things.
The point is that, as believers, we should look to receive those things by seeking them from above rather than by our own carnal efforts.